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NPR story on Music with Surgery documents the benefits!

August 13th, 2015 · No Comments · Dangers of anesthesia, joint replacement surgery, Music and Dental Surgery, Music and Eye Surgery, Music and Surgery, out-patient surgery with music, Surgery with Music

Tweet Surgery with music is a topic that I’ve spent that last 25 years writing and speaking about.  It is such an easy yet powerful intervention for the patient who is filled with anxiety and dread Now this wonderful meta-analysis has been published in the “Lancet,” a prestigious and highly respected British medical journal.  I […]

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Music with Surgery: Does it really make a difference?

September 3rd, 2012 · 1 Comment · Dangers of anesthesia, Music and Surgery, Music Healing, Rhythmic Entrainment

Tweet Are you thinking of using music with surgery?  I understand healthy skepticism.  It’s a good thing.  No one wants to be a” sucker” and the medical/field is no exception to fads and scams.  When people used to mention the use of music during dental visits or childbirth or surgery, I was skeptical.  As a […]

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Why use music during surgery?

January 13th, 2009 · 1 Comment · Dangers of anesthesia, Music and Surgery, Rhythmic Entrainment, Vibrational and Sound Healing

Tweet Why use music during surgery? The concept of using music for pain relief is ancient. People have literally been doing this for thousands of years. The concept of using music during surgery is a little bit newer. For 30 years or more, surgeons have been taking their own music into surgery, but for some […]

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Music and Anesthesia

April 13th, 2008 · No Comments · Anesthesia Waking up, Dangers of anesthesia, joint replacement surgery, Music and Surgery

Tweet Earlier today I was talking with an old friend about the benefits of music during surgery. Of course the number one benefit that I usually tell people is the fact that reasearch has documented that people using music during surgery have been known to need less than 50% of the usual amount of anesthesia. […]

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